SQL by Design: Supertypes and SubtypesCommented on: 3 years ago
(July 7, 2011)
I agree with Kurt. Five years later, this is still a problem. Who to accomodate a database structure that needs to change and the applications developement? This topic has to be treated as one, so if...
Welcome to (SQL Server) 2011Commented on: 3 years ago
(January 19, 2011)
I doubt that there is a single application out there waiting for the new features of a new release to be developed and deployed. In real world, you have to deal with limitations and you use to find...
Measuring Expertise: The New SQL Server MCM ProgramCommented on: 3 years ago
(January 5, 2011)
Off course a certification is not a proof of knowledge, but as it is not possible to proof you experience, I mean, in a interview, how is it possible to show all your experience? How do you proof it...
NoSQL? No Way!Commented on: 3 years ago
(October 1, 2010)
What about the January's issue? MySpace addressed the same problems using SQL Server. I believe it is easier to use NoSQL than digg in SQL Server, that is the real reason. Almost like Linq. It is far...
Microsoft seems to be bent on marginalizing SQL Server Standard Edition—both in the sense of the artificial constraints placed upon how much memory it can use, and in terms of what seems to be a shift in focus on the role of Standard Edition from Microsoft....More
When DBAs and SysAdmins learn the ins-and-outs of AlwaysOn Availability Groups, they’re then able to address high availability and disaster recovery concerns from a single interface or set of tooling, thus providing better scalability of management....More